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Nissan GT-R "Boxy Beast" Looks Like a Downforce Monster

The Nissan GT-R, regardless of its generation, is not among those cars the aftermarket has overlooked. In fact, listing all the custom incarnation of the Japanese AWD toy would take forever, even if we are to zoom in on a single incarnation, say, the R34 built between 1999 and 2002. Even so, the plethora of mods won't keep digital artists from play with the GT-R, so here we are, talking about a rendering portraying a standout example of the beast.
Nissan GT-R "Sneaky Smurf" rendering 5 photos
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Then again, this isn't any pixel-tuned Nissan Skyline GT-R. That's because the visual stunt comes from Yasid Oozeear, who can be considered a pioneer of the genre.

For instance, this Nissan halo car skips the now-usual massive wing. However, the downforce addiction of the machine is manifested in other ways. While we're talking about the posterior of the vehicle, we need to zoom in on the diffuser. This mixed clear carbon with pieces featuring the smurf-like color of the car and matched the width of the widebody kit. Oh and the double-trouble exhaust setup is spectacular enough to draw attention on its own.

Speaking of the WB approach, we're dealing with floating arches, while the wheels that fill these are quite different. So while both the front and rear shoes feature a five-spoke, concave profile, the deep-dish approach of the rear units is something else.

Perhaps the quirkiest aero feature of the vehicle comes from the wing-turned-sun-visor, an element that obviously wouldn't belong on a real-world performance build.

The lighting signature of the R34 GT-R has been redefined, thanks to the massive headlight eyelids and the Y-shaped LED strips defining the fog lights.

The front splitter, along with the airflow manipulation elements adorning the sides of the front apron, also require one's attention.

PS: Keep in mind to use the swipe feature of the social media post below, so you can enjoy the complete eye candy boufet.

 
 
 
 
 
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I realise that I’ve barely (or never?) shared anything of the R34 that I’ve done on here before. Maybe I did, I can’t remember when it was the last time. Best Skyline, hands down. I mean, is it? . . Never was a big fan of skylines if I’m honest, so I can’t be sure which one is pick lol! What about you guys? . . Let me know what you’d pick down in the comments, and tell me about your cars too, because I’m picking one tomorrow to work on Saturday, to Tuesday as’s next episode of “Followers’ car” ü HDRI @s.pphoto . . . . . #nissan #nissanskyline #skyline #skyliner34 #nissanr34 #r34skyline #skylines #yasiddesign #alyasid #yd #loweredlifestyle #baggedlife #baggeddaily

A post shared by Al Yasid (@yasiddesign) on Jun 4, 2020 at 8:46am PDT

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